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Dr. Barham is a board-certified ear, nose, and throat (ENT) physician who works as a dedicated rhinologist (nose, sinus, allergy, endoscopic sinus, and skull base surgery) at Sinus and Nasal Specialists of Louisiana, LLC.

Dr. Barham has authored over 100 publications and book chapters and currently serves on the boards of multiple otolaryngology, rhinology, and skull base publications. He is actively involved in conducting research projects and collaborating with similar physicians both nationally and internationally. Every year, Dr. Barham presents in multiple education courses locally, nationally, and internationally to further rhinologic education and training.

Education

  • Fellowship: Sydney Rhinology Fellowship, American Rhinologic Society – Sydney, Australia

  • Residency: University of Colorado School of Medicine – Denver, CO

  • Internship: University of Colorado School of Medicine – Denver, CO

  • MD: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Shreveport, LA

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Otolaryngology

Areas of Expertise

  • Nose

  • Sinus

  • Allergy

  • Endoscopic Sinus

  • Skull Base Surgery

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Henry P. Barham, MD

1 month ago

Article

All About Nitric Oxide Production

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, Natan Rosenfeld, and Marianne Madsen “Eat your greens!” Did your mom say that? If so, it’s because she already knew that greens are healthy for...

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Henry P. Barham, MD

1 month ago

Article

Can a Simple At-Home Taste Test Predict My Response to COVID-19?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Is this a weird question? You’re probably asking yourself, what could possibly be the relationship between a taste test (something I put...

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Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

What is the Relationship between T2Rs and Upper Respiratory Tract Infections?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Bitter taste receptors (T2Rs), as the name implies, are known for their role in the perception of bitter taste. So one would...

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Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

How Do I Get Tested to See if I’m a Supertaster?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Recent research related to the COVID-19 pandemic revealed some breakthrough findings. These findings may help provide answers to urgent questions about COVID-19–who...

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Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Podcast

A Taste Test To Predict COVID-19 Outcomes w/ Dr. Henry P. Barham

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Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Bitter Taste Receptors In Humans

With these bitter taste receptors (or T2R bitter taste receptors) one of their byproducts or the side effects of them is the perception of bitter taste. Now, this is much more important in rats and...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Phenotypic Expression – Analogy (Gray Hair)

We talked about the way that you develop these genes or inherit these genes. You can test for them genetically, but it’s actually more important to see your phenotypic expression or your outward expression of...

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Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

Types of Immunity

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Natan Rosenfeld You may have heard the term “immunity,” and you probably have a general idea of what it means. Your idea of immunity...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Taste Receptors & How They Protect Rats

When we first started looking at these receptors, they were really studied initially in rats. When rats used them, rats will smell things in their environment to try to pick up if it’s a potential...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

COVID-19 Loss Of Taste & Smell Treatment

A common question that I get in my practice is: what do I do about loss of smell and taste? Because you have people who have now had alterations in their smell for even up...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Innate Immunity & Taste Receptors

Some of the specific things about innate immunity that protect us are things like mucus production. Whenever you get a cold and you get a snotty nose or congested, oftentimes that’s mucus congestion or mucus...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

What is a Supertaster?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Natan Rosenfeld Ever wondered why some people prefer certain foods or drinks and cannot have enough of it while others (maybe even within the...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Why The Elderly Are Hit Harder By COVID-19

One of the interesting findings in this prospective study is we actually showed that as you get older, your receptors tend to decrease. As a result, your duration and severity of illness tends to increase,...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Receptor – Genetics & Expression

Who expresses these receptors? Because that’s the most common question when we talk about this research, is: how do I know what my level of expression is on these receptors? Basically you inherit genes to...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

COVID-19 & The Innate Immune System

Obviously, COVID has done a lot of terrible things around the globe. One of the positives that we have been able to discover through COVID is the importance of the innate immune system. That really...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Innate vs Adaptive Immunity

It’s very important to protect yourself from upper respiratory infections. The most common entry point of upper respiratory infections is the nose or mouth – typically, the nose is the most. That’s why we’ve done...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Bitter Taste Receptors In Humans

With these bitter taste receptors (or T2R bitter taste receptors) one of their byproducts or the side effects of them is the perception of bitter taste. Now, this is much more important in rats and...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Phenotypic Expression – Analogy (Gray Hair)

We talked about the way that you develop these genes or inherit these genes. You can test for them genetically, but it’s actually more important to see your phenotypic expression or your outward expression of...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Taste Receptors & How They Protect Rats

When we first started looking at these receptors, they were really studied initially in rats. When rats used them, rats will smell things in their environment to try to pick up if it’s a potential...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

COVID-19 Loss Of Taste & Smell Treatment

A common question that I get in my practice is: what do I do about loss of smell and taste? Because you have people who have now had alterations in their smell for even up...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Innate Immunity & Taste Receptors

Some of the specific things about innate immunity that protect us are things like mucus production. Whenever you get a cold and you get a snotty nose or congested, oftentimes that’s mucus congestion or mucus...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Why The Elderly Are Hit Harder By COVID-19

One of the interesting findings in this prospective study is we actually showed that as you get older, your receptors tend to decrease. As a result, your duration and severity of illness tends to increase,...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

T2R Receptor – Genetics & Expression

Who expresses these receptors? Because that’s the most common question when we talk about this research, is: how do I know what my level of expression is on these receptors? Basically you inherit genes to...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

COVID-19 & The Innate Immune System

Obviously, COVID has done a lot of terrible things around the globe. One of the positives that we have been able to discover through COVID is the importance of the innate immune system. That really...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Innate vs Adaptive Immunity

It’s very important to protect yourself from upper respiratory infections. The most common entry point of upper respiratory infections is the nose or mouth – typically, the nose is the most. That’s why we’ve done...

Watch and Share
Henry P. Barham, MD

1 month ago

Article

All About Nitric Oxide Production

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, Natan Rosenfeld, and Marianne Madsen “Eat your greens!” Did your mom say that? If so, it’s because she already knew that greens are healthy for...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

1 month ago

Article

Can a Simple At-Home Taste Test Predict My Response to COVID-19?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Is this a weird question? You’re probably asking yourself, what could possibly be the relationship between a taste test (something I put...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

What is the Relationship between T2Rs and Upper Respiratory Tract Infections?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Bitter taste receptors (T2Rs), as the name implies, are known for their role in the perception of bitter taste. So one would...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

How Do I Get Tested to See if I’m a Supertaster?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Marianne Madsen Recent research related to the COVID-19 pandemic revealed some breakthrough findings. These findings may help provide answers to urgent questions about COVID-19–who...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

Types of Immunity

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Natan Rosenfeld You may have heard the term “immunity,” and you probably have a general idea of what it means. Your idea of immunity...

Read Article
Henry P. Barham, MD

2 months ago

Article

What is a Supertaster?

Written by Henry P. Barham, MD, Mohamed A. Taha, MD, and Natan Rosenfeld Ever wondered why some people prefer certain foods or drinks and cannot have enough of it while others (maybe even within the...

Read Article
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